Unstoppable is Tony Scott's final movie that seems to leave it off with a big bang.the acting is great with highlights from Chris Pine and Denzel Washington who are having a lot of fun in this. The plot is very simple in it, but is executed very well and it gets exciting, and tense at times. The main characters are really good and it's funny to see Denzel Washington be a wise-crack at it. The chemistry between the two main characters are really well done and it gives off a lot of good humor in it. Mark Bomback had a lot of fun in his script, and he knows about how ridiculous it can be at times. The score by Harry Gregson-Williams is really good and it's nice to see him compose a movie that's not an Adam Sandler movie. The only minor problem I had is that the camerawork is actually not bad, but there are times that it keeps doing the close-up shots which can work, but most of the time it's not needed at all and can be a bit annoying. As is, Unstoppable is not trying to be a thought-provoking film that's trying to have meaning to it, it's trying to be a fun and entertaining popcorn film that knows what it is, and just goes for it.